Skip to main content
Image:Gundert, Hermann (1814-1893).jpg|150px|thumb|Hermann Gundert (1832) '''Rev. Dr. Hermann Gundert''' (Stuttgart, 4 February 1814 – 25 April 1893 in Calw, Germany) was a German missionary, scholar, and linguist, as well as the grandfather of German novelist and Nobel laureate Hermann Hesse. Gundert compiled a Malayalam grammar book, ''Malayalabhaasha Vyakaranam'' (1859), in which he developed and constricted the grammar spoken by the Keralites, nowadays; a Malayalam-English dictionary (1872), and contributed to work on Bible translations into Malayalam. He worked primarily at Thalassery on the Malabar coast, in Kerala, India. Gundert also contributed to the fields of history, geography and astronomy."Achatiyum Aadyakaala Pathramaasikakalum"(Printing,Early Newspapers and Magazines).''Madhyamangalum...
share Share
favorite Favorite

18
RESULTS

Media Type
18
texts
Topics & Subjects
1
1843 Keralolpathi Hermann Gundert
1
1847 Suvishesha Kathakal
1
1850 Orayiram Pazhamchol Hermann Gundert
1
1868 Keralolpathi Hermann Gundert
1
1868 Malayalam New Testament Hermann Gundert
1
1871 Prospectus A Malayalam And English Dictionary Hermann Gundert
More right-solid
Collection
7
Community Texts
6
European Libraries
5
American Libraries
3
Avin Varghese Favorites
1
Cornell University Library
1
Allenrhya Favorites
More right-solid
Creator
12
hermann gundert
2
dr. hermann gundert
1
dr hermann gundert
1
friedrich august ramseyer, hermann gundert
1
friedrich august ramseyer, johannes kuehne, hermann gundert
1
harris, hermann gundert
More right-solid
Language
8
German
7
Malayalam
3
English
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid